Yayoi Kusama in Singapore: Famous Contemporary Artworks in Singapore

Yayoi Kusama Exhibition Singapore

The iconic Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama’s artworks come to Singapore this March.

Yayoi Kusama exhibition Singapore – initially slated to run from 27 Mar 2020 onwards the Mucciaccia Gallery in Gillman Barracks – has been postponed indefinitely. 

The iconic Japanese contemporary artist is best known for her signature polka-dots motifs, Infinity Mirror Rooms and whimsical, abstract artworks. Did I mention she has a pumpkin obsession too? 

Many of you may remember Yayoi Kusama from her exhibition, YAYOI KUSAMA: Life is the Heart of a Rainbow, in the National Gallery Singapore in 2017. That exhibition was the first major survey of her work in Southeast Asia. It was well-received locally, as people took their photos of the room covered in vibrant, disarrayed dots and the enthralling infinity mirror room to Instagram. 

Yayoi Kusama’s Infinity Mirror Room | Image credit: National Gallery Singapore

The exhibition in Singapore will be displaying Yayoi Kusama’s paintings, sculptures and work on paper from 1951 to 1981. A total of 28 works will be available.

If you’re a fan of her eccentric artworks, the biomorphic shaped elements and explosion of bright colours, keep your eyes peeled for more details!

Mucciaccia Gallery, Gillman Barracks

Opening hours: TBA

Address: Block 6 Lock Road #02-10, Gillman Barracks, Singapore 108934

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